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PostPosted: Thu Jun 12, 2008 10:52 pm 
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....in speaking of drums, I was wondering the other days, who bangs the drums in 'Beach Theme'?
Chris Franke? Klaus Krueger?
The other version, in side 2 if my memory is correct, has the usual drum computer.

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I'm sure Intercorni has an answer to your question. :mrgreen:

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:) Without a doubt Mr Franke!! :)

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ant wrote:
:) Without a doubt Mr Franke!! :)


hmmm...are we sure?

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And what about Persistence Of Memory Part 3 by Quaeschning from Springtime In Nagasaki? Another track with what sounds like real drums.


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Jon wrote:
And what about Persistence Of Memory Part 3 by Quaeschning from Springtime In Nagasaki? Another track with what sounds like real drums.


Thorsten plays live drums (as well as V-Drums) :)

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My feeling is that the drums on 'Beach Theme' were added after TD had handed Michael Mann their finished work, by whoever drummed on Craig Safan's 'Confrontation'.


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Yeah, Beach Theme - pure energetic and real playing Drums :-)
And chris why should not even have recorded?
On the Ricochet production also hears drums. These were certainly subsequently added.

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The drums were added by the record company to try and create a 'hit single'. It is not Mr. Franke at all.

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goozer wrote:
The drums were added by the record company to try and create a 'hit single'. It is not Mr. Franke at all.



Welcome to the forum Goozer 8)


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goozer wrote:
The drums were added by the record company to try and create a 'hit single'. It is not Mr. Franke at all.

That's pretty much what I've long suspected but have no proof for.



....and welcome by the way Goozer.


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Actually, I'm not new - I've been posting to the various TD websites since the first one went online back in '96. I've just been lurking since 'version 3.0' went online. I'll probably go back to lurking again...plus ca change, plus c'est la meme chose.

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goozer wrote:
Actually, I'm not new - I've been posting to the various TD websites since the first one went online back in '96. I've just been lurking since 'version 3.0' went online. I'll probably go back to lurking again...plus ca change, plus c'est la meme chose.

goozer 8)


I did post a welcome in the new members section Hermes :wink:

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